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Methodological problems in cross-country analyses of economic growth

Jean-Paul Azam

Methodological problems in cross-country analyses of economic growth

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Published by International Economics Dept., World Bank in Washington, DC (1818 H St. NW, Washington DC 20433) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic development -- Evaluation -- Methodology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJean-Paul Azam and Sylviane Guillaumont.
    SeriesPolicy, planning, and research working papers ;, WPS 22
    ContributionsGuillaumont Jeanneney, Sylviane.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD75 .A93 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66 p. ;
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2127314M
    LC Control Number88188872

    After all the data transformations, this part is relatively easy. However, the bulk of these flows go to a few highly attractive emerging economies. Perhaps that is the fate of a textbook: anything more assertive would be commercially limiting. I tried a few simpler models than below and checked the auto-correlation functions to be sure the time series part was needed it is; ACF returns an autocorrelation at lag 1 of around 0.

    Taxonomy 4. The data also support the notion of conditional convergence; that is, for given values of these variables, countries with a lower initial level of real per capita GDP grow faster. It provides a very general but useful overview of modern growth theory with particular emphasis on the convergence hypothesis, and provides a fairly complete statement of current methodology and conclusions in the empirical growth literature. A rapidly growing literature on governance and growth describes how the quality of governance and institutions can affect economic growth.

    See general information about how to correct material in RePEc. Although the need for foreign aid was initially justified as a moral responsibility of the rich countries to the poor, donor ideology over decades has been influenced by political factors and changed frequently from one objective to another. So our first job is to get rid of these. Prices were frozen, and macromonetary policies were subordinated to policies geared to the development and diffusion of production capabilities in the nation's business enterprises.


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Methodological problems in cross-country analyses of economic growth by Jean-Paul Azam Download PDF Ebook

Negative Empirical Evidence 3. Failing to include this factor would mean that inference was biased in the direction of concluding results are significant that are in fact due to chance.

The objectives, strategies and policies, amount, and composition of foreign aid to developing countries have changed substantially over time. The capability triad is the primary organizing concept. While this has largely been a topic of interest to political scientists, the main finding is Methodological problems in cross-country analyses of economic growth book levels of democracy are a function of economic factors.

Only in the discussion of the debate over cross-section versus panel estimation in Chapter 1 and the choice of instruments in Chapter 3 does the text become sufficiently thick to hinder the interested undergraduate reader.

In addition, this literature has introduced a variety of innovative techniques for dealing with the estimation inherent in evaluating development effectiveness. Works of LLSV 2. The American production "miracle" was not limited to aircraft. The chapter closes with long-run forecasts of the level of democracy across countries based on the empirical model developed in the chapter.

They all prepare a student to grapple with problems in the hope that the students will solve them. Conclusion Chapter 5. In Chapter 1, the regression framework is applied to a panel of data covering roughly a hundred countries over the years in an effort to determine what factors are important in explaining long-run growth.

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Despite these minor shortcomings, I am confident in saying that the book succeeds in its overall goal of providing a useful summary of the empirical evidence on the determinants of recent economic growth.

Importance of exports and economic growth, cross-country time series At a glance: Fitting a mixed-effects model with auto-correlated residuals to longitudinal country-level data, showing how changing importance of exports is positively related to economic growth.

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Determinants of Economic Growth, based on Robert Barro's Lionel Robbins Memorial Lectures, delivered at the London School of Economics in Februarysummarizes this important galisend.com by: Dec 12,  · Importance of exports and economic growth, cross-country time series.

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economist who has resided and worked for the past thirty years in.The Impact of Government Spending on Ebook Growth Daniel J. Mitchell, Ph.D. A growing government is contrary to America’s economic interests because the various methods of financing government—taxes, borrowing, and printing money—have harmful effects.

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